Lori Phelps, PsyD, CATC V

Summer 2015

June 15 August 7, 2015

Summer 2015 course websites and syllabi will be available for full access on Monday, June 15, by 5pm.
In the meantime, you may order the texts and download the syllabi below to get an idea of what will be expected in your courses.

         HS 181 (INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF EATING DISORDERS) Spring 2015

         HS 184 (MEDICAL ASPECTS OF EATING DISORDERS) Summer 2015

         HS 185 (BACKGROUND AND TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERS) Summer 2015

These are the two textbooks for all three Eating Disorders courses:

Handbook of Treatment for Eating Disorders. 1997. Edited by David Garner and Paul Garfinkel.

Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook. 2002. Edited by Kelly Brownell and Christopher Fairburn.

You can buy them at the Saddleback Bookstore, or from half.com, amazon.com, gurze.com, Guilford Press

 

 

EATING DISORDERS OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD

The offering of an Occupational Skills Award (OSA) for Eating Disorders is pending and we anticipate offering the OSA in the Fall 2015 semester.

Those of you who wish to become Certified Addictions Treatment Counselors (CATCs) will be interested in adding the Eating Disorder courses to your resume. Doing so will indicate to future employers that you have an additional area of knowledge and expertise beyond addiction treatment. Clients in addiction treatment often manifest eating disorders which co-occur with substance use disorders. Eating disorder treatment requires a special knowledge base that addiction counselors do not receive in their certificate programs. Having this additional knowledge will prove helpful, if not essential to helping clients achieve and maintain sobriety. These courses are also useful for those who are completing the Human Services Generalist Certificate, the Corrections and Criminal Justice Certificate and/or the Mental Health Certificate.

 

If you have questions, contact Dr. Lori Phelps at loriphelps@sbcglobal.net.

There is NO on-campus orientation for these courses. All coursework and examinations are ONLINE.
All orientation information is available via the links below and also on the course website.

 

Main Saddleback College Website

Human Services Department

Blackboard Information and Tutorial Video Clips

Blackboard Student Support Center

Link to Blackboard

ACCBC is an affiliate of the

California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators
www.caade.org

 

http://www.iaedp.com